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  • PatteM
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    Congratulations! Oh, yea - having plenty of time to work on it makes it much more fun to do, and I find the less goes wrong when you're not under a time limitation! So hurry up and post a photo!

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  • Spirithorse
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    Congratulations! Is there a pattern available or are you making one?
    I do think I recall Judy Gale Roberts having a unicorn but, not positive.
    God Bless! Spirithorse

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  • Intarsia.co.uk
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    New order

    Yay...am happy.....just got a order to make a unicorn which measures 10 x 12 inches that may be finished till the end of June.....plenty of time but will start right away anyway....i hate doing things last minute.

    Danny

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